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  • From: Bersl <bersl2 AT>
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  • Subject: Re: [opennic-discuss] Attention .neo domain holders
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2012 19:33:46 -0500

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On 08/28/2012 07:22 PM, Martin C wrote:
>> suggesting replication of the user records for any TLD,
>> presumably to a central opennic server/repo. In other words, the
>> TLD owner would still maintain them, but if they blew up /
>> disappeared / were unresponsive, there wouldn't be a total loss
>> of that data.
> If I may throw this out there, that was/is one of the design goals
> of the RM-API that I am working on (in case it needs to be
> mentioned, the RM-API design in no way relies upon MUD4TLD, so
> anyone could use it). It also comes with it's own WHOIS server
> which is already working.
> I can speed up development on the replication feature of the API
> if anyone is interested.

What is the nature of the over-the-wire protocol? Is it XML-, JSON-,
or YAML-based, since there are already parsers available?

I bring this up because whenever I finish up the initial version of my
own attempt at domain registry software, it should not be too much
more difficult to add a CRUD/REST interface, and the library I'm
eyeing speaks these data representations natively.
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